Monthly Archives: December 2013

A Talent to Hear

I met my cousin near Washington DC for supper. We entered the restaurant and the greeter showed us to our table and let us know that Angela would be our server. Angela would be with us momentarily. A few seconds … Continue reading

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Vulnerable Transparency

There’s an old card playing phrase I’d not heard for a long time.  I heard it used recently to characterize a leader.  Two people were apparently discussing their leadership and one said to the other, “They sure hold their cards … Continue reading

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An 18 Inch Bridge

I attended a meeting once where there was a hotly debated topic.  The issues were large.  There appeared to be a lot at stake.  There were clearly two sides.  One group had logic and clear thinking on its side.  But … Continue reading

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Do the Right Thing

At a gathering of men a few years ago we were discussing out parenting. We each were asked to narrow down one to one thing we learned from our fathers. For each of us it was not easy. There are … Continue reading

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